News Roundup: Evans Brothers coming to Wonder Building
Locust Cider & Brewing is opening its first Eastern Washington taphouse in the former Huppins space on Main.
Wishing Tree Books—a new independent bookstore—plans to open this fall in South Perry.
Looks like the Association of Washington Realtors' legalized bribery paid off in Tuesday's primary.
Late fees are history at Spokane Public Libraries.
Word on the street is that Evans Brothers Coffee Roasters—which has cafés in Sandpoint and Coeur d'Alene—will join High Tide Lobster Bar at the Wonder Building.
The first permits have been filed with the City for improvements along the future North Monroe - South Regal high-performance transit line.
Sound Transit is using breakthrough engineering to send light rail trains across Lake Washington, starting in 2023.
The Pacific Northwest is full of neighborhoods at risk from climate change-fueled wildfires.
The Urbanist explores the history, policy, and politics animating renewed calls for rent control.
Seattle's streetcar connection may move forward...in 2026.
National & International
Surprise, surprise (not really): chasing tech jobs may not help low-wage workers.
Also not a surprise: Lyft and Uber make traffic worse.
Oakland nonprofit brings together economic empowerment and restorative justice.
Salt Lake City's mayoral candidates are proposing a not-so-radical solution to smog and pollution: free public transit.
Minneapolis continues its pro-housing leadership with $650,000 in legal fees to help tenants.
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